In Super Smash Bros multiplayer games, characters from all Nintendo universes meet up in Nintendo locales to duke it out. Bring together any combination of characters and revel in the ensuring chaos that we have come to associate with the game.
An action-packed fighting game, Super Smash Bros. 3DS features a ridiculous number of characters that have appeared on Nintendo platforms, from Mario to Link to Pikachu to the Wii Fit Trainer! As they square off in famous locales drawn from the rich history of Nintendo, literally anything can happen in Super Smash Bros. - and usually does. With limitless customising options, items and weapons that boggle the mind and a wealth of modes, Super Smash Bros. has truly infinite replayability.
Players can import Miis and choose from a variety of play styles and special moves. The Brawler class functions similar to Little Mac, using fisticuffs over weapons. As a Swordfighter, Mii Fighter uses a blade, using moves comparable to Link and Marth. Gunners, using similar powers to Mega Man, Samus, and Fox McCloud, are ranged fighters.
Your can choose four special moves for your customizable Mii Fighter from a list of 12. Mii Fighter is the 31st character added to the Smash Bros. roster.
Smash and crash through “Smash Run” mode, a new mode exclusive to the Nintendo 3DS version that gives up to four players five minutes to fight solo through a huge battlefield while taking down recognisable enemies from almost every major Nintendo franchise and multiple third-party partners. Defeated enemies leave behind power-ups to collect. Players who collect more power-ups have an advantage once time runs out and the battle with opponents begins.
Compete with classic characters from the Super Smash Bros. series like Mario, Link, Samus and Pikachu, along with new challengers like Mega Man, Little Mac and newly announced Palutena, the Goddess of Light from the Kid Icarus games. For the first time players can even compete as their own Mii characters.
Customise different aspects of your character when playing locally or online with friends in a variety of multiplayer modes.
View most elements of the high-energy action at silky-smooth 60 frames per second and in eye-popping stereoscopic 3D.
Fight against friends and family locally or online, or battle random challengers all over the world online in “For Fun” or “For Glory” modes.
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by Marco on August 17th 2015
Super Smash Bros is the fun, fast-paced brawler you have come to expect. There is a large roster of different characters to master, many different modes to play and customisable characters. The only negative is circle pad which isn't responsive enough which will to the wrong attack. The balance for some characters is still off but still a great game.
by Jorge on July 7th 2015
3DS version is just as fun as the Wii U version and packs A LOT of play modes and things to unlock. I was a bit scared that the 3DS console would take a beating as some people online had posted pictures of their 3DS consoles having broken circle pads and whatnot, but so far so good - nothing has happened to my 3DS.
With the current update to game, Nintendo have introduced new pair DLC characters - which include Ryu, Lucas and Roy. My personal favourite being Ryu, he plays extremely well in the game. So overall I recommend this game if you're a fan of anything Nintendo or SSB. :)
by Alexander on April 8th 2015
Great fun for the whole family, awesome gameplay and is a great addition to the franchise after the N64 game and Brawl on Wii which are both amazing. Hours of gaming to be had with new features that the old games did not have. Delivery was pretty quick considering it's from the UK to Australia.
by Mike-Anthony on March 31st 2015
By comparison, the Wii U version is much better because this is a game designed for party play. I bought both versions of the game because I wanted the CD's and Mewtwo, but also because I was very excited for Smash Run mode which was exclusive to the 3DS version of the game, however, the mode needs online play and smash run needs some customisation. Spending 5 minutes to power up a character for a race or a 2 minute fight is very anti-climactic. It's a good game, but it could've been executed better with more modes to accommodate single player usage and isn't as good as it's wii u counter part.
by Jimmy on March 26th 2015
I played this game since October, and have many fond memories since! I have played online for hours, and defeated so many computers in adventure mode. This game may not be as fancy as the Wii U version, but it portable and allows you to play with many friends. I made new friends on the train because of this! Go Get this game!
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